Egypt

April 18, 2004

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Qatar Airways flight QR553 heading from Casablanca to Doha, diverted to Cairo on the morning of April 17 after a passenger-disturbance incident took place on board the aircraft.   The Doha bound fligh

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Jebel Ali's Danube Building Materials is expanding its operations in Oman in anticipation of a boom in construction activity.   Danube established a showroom in Wadi Kabir in Muscat in June 2001, offe

April 17, 2004

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Prominent Egyptian actress Hanan Turk was accused of assaulting a journalist and damaging his camera, while filing a complaint against her husband for kicking her out of their apartment

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Lebanese singer Alissa is scheduled to headed off to Italy at the end of April to shoot a new commercial for the international soft drink Pepsi Cola

April 15, 2004

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President Jacques Chirac arrived Thursday to Algiers for a working visit to Algeria. He was greeted at Houari Boumediene international airport by his

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The reactions following Wednesday's meeting between U.S. President George W. Bush and Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon continued on Thursday, with

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The fall of Saddam Hussein has allowed "terrorism," and notably "Islamic extremism" like that of Osama bin Laden, to flourish in Iraq, Libyan leader M

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A new adventure is facing prominent Egyptian actress Elham Shahin in a new role where she portrays the character of a mentally challenged 70-year-old woman

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Egypt’s Department of Civil Affairs has filed a complaint against Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad and her ex-husband Midhat Khamis accusing them of forgery on their personal identification card informat

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Egypt’s Amreyah Pharmaceuticals recorded a net profit of 59.2 million Egyptian pounds ($9.5 million) for 2003 compared to EP 43.3 million in 2002, according to a company statement.  Founded in 1984, A

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In order to unify Kodak's communication channels and enhance the efficiency of its customer service, Raya has started up contact center services for Kodak Egypt's customers, branches and distributors

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Some of the region’s leading thinkers and decision makers will gather in Tunis in June to build a vision of the Arab World’s economic and technological development over the coming thirty years.    Or

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Egyptian billionaire and majority owner of Orascom Telecom Holding Naguib Sawiris plans to set up a private television channel in Iraq that will compete with the US-funded Al-Hurra channel. The new ch

April 14, 2004

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Shiite leader Moqtada al-Sadr has agreed to drop all his conditions in negotiations with the US-led occupation and abide by the guidance of the highes

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President Bush said Tuesday night (early Wednesday Middle East time) he is willing to send more American soldiers to Iraq.